Canon Pixma Pro 10
The Bottom Line
A wide-format printer in general is a different animal from a standard photo printer. You can get exceptional prints from the Pro-10, but it’s going to cost you time tweaking the image and possibly doing multiple prints before you hit the right spot.It’s also going to cost significantly more in supplies, both in ink and specialty papers. But none of these things are negatives when measured in context of obtaining a print worthy of being framed and hung on the wall. If you are willing to put in the effort of tweaking your photos’ color settings, and put up with the cost, the Pro-10 won’t disappoint you.
excerpt from Ted Needleman
Our Favorite Online User Reviews for the Canon Pixma 10
Although I had a few Epson printers that were well over double the price of the Pro-100, out of the box the Pro-100 absolutely amazed me. Far better quality prints and built to impress. After printing out hundreds of 4x6 pictures and dozens of 13x19 posters, I have no doubt that the PIXMA Pro-100 is the best printer I've ever owned.
Canon hit the sweet spot with this printer. This is the perfect printer for producing gallery prints. The Pro-1 is the right printer for a service bureau or a professional selling a lot of prints. The Pro-10 is for the prosumer photographer that wants fine prints, and is on more of a budget.
There's absolutely no question about it; when it comes to print longevity, the pigment-based Pro-10 wins running away. If that's an important issue to you, as it is to me, you'll definitely want to factor it into your buying decision.
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